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... Just wondering if anyone on here has had issues with SI Joint dysfunction. I have had enormous pain for over 4 years now. ... (24 replies)
... r 12 years of pain and popping still low back pain and I go back to a therapist from 12 years ago and he is reading his notes and tells me that I have Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction in which is the same thing he told me before sense looking at me while sitting my left knee is setting out 2 inches beyond my other knee!! ... (19 replies)

... rays, CT , injections, different medications it was determined finally that I had S1 Joint Dysfunction. In March had the IFuse surgery. ... (14 replies)
... S1 are very similar to those caused by sacroiliac joint dysfunction. ... (3 replies)
... If you have si joint problems, I would recommend a COMPETENT Chiropractor. ... (11 replies)
... you need to find your pain generator. My SI dysfunction is a "result" of my bulging disc, not the actual "cause" of my pain. Good luck! ... (11 replies)
... and was gonna post my experience up til now. Prior to the surgery I had dysfunction in my left SI Joint and nothing relieved my pain. So I went forward with the SI BONE I FUSE fixation. ... (20 replies)
... left open Sacroiliac joint fusion. I can say my Left SI joint pain has improved, but I'm a lot stiffer than before the surgery. ... (3 replies)
... If it is shorter, it could be your SI Joint. My Dr. can always tell when my SI joint has popped out, when my leg is shorter. ... (3 replies)
... Hi Paula. I had a herniated L5/s1. The first orthopedic surgeon wanted to first do a miscrodiscectomy then wanted to to a complete fusion a month later! I thought that was a bit drastic so I went to another orthopedic surgeon who wound up performing a hemilaminectomy -- where they basically cut off the portion of the disc pressing on your nerve and leave the rest of it in... (11 replies)
... at I am still in pain and explain where. He says well it's not the fusion. He does a few tests and looks back through the PT notes and says. I think it's your SI Joint and we may have underestimated that as a signifigant pain generator, however U still would have needed a fusion either way. He sends me back to PM. ... (14 replies)
... Oh my FEET...they hurt!! I could cut my little toe off...that's how much it hurts.. I also cannot wear regular shoes...I have to wear my flip flops...try that when you have to be up north and it's snowing...they do look at your strangely. But the burning/squeezing awful feeling hurts too much...can barely walk when I wear shoes...and even sometimes when I... (12 replies)
... The SI joint is not supposed to move round too much, but I had a hypermobile joint that had weakened ligaments because of the strain. ... (10 replies)
... S1. I had also been suffering from SI joint dysfunction, which has been successfully treated. ... (4 replies)
... rays. As soon as that happened, the SI joint was essentially forgotten about by mainstream doctors. ... (4 replies)
... Injections for over a year equals chronic pain syndrome. Orthopedic surgeons are looking at surgury which means $. Go to a site on Prolotherapy and read up on it. (11 replies)
... not had any relief from the physical therapy or steroid injections and it has been over a year. My physical therapist says I have all the symptoms of sacroiliac joint dysfunction. Anybody else out there have this? ... (11 replies)
... new procedure, so be sure to determine that your surgeon has experience beyond training films doing the procedure. I do not have any personal experience with SI joint fusion, but I would think you could almost count on needing the other side done at some point. ... (24 replies)
... S1 segment often cause pain that is indistinguishable from the symptoms caused by SI joint dysfunction. It can be difficult to figure out where the pain is coming from, as the location of the pain is so similar. ... (4 replies)

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